Democracy Now! Friday, October 3, 2003
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U.S. Weapons Inspector: No WMD in Iraq
Annan Suggests Limited UN Role in Iraq
USA Today: U.S. Forces Attacked 17 Times Per Day in Iraq
Justice Department Dealt Major Blow in Moussaoui Case
Justice To Begin Interviews in CIA Leak; No Independent Counsel Yet
House Rejects Bush Proposal To End Overtime for 8 Million
Arnold Forced to Admit He "Behaved Badly" Towards Women and Deny Reports That He Admired Hitler
Just days before the California recall election, we speak with former gubernatorial candidate Arianna Huffington about the recent reports that have rocked Schwarzenegger’s campaign and why she is now urging voters to oppose the recall and keep Gov. Gray Davis in office.
Nearly 1,000 Immigrant Workers Arrive in New York to End Cross-Country Freedom Rides
Hundreds of immigrants and their supporters around the country, who have been staging Immigrant Workers Freedom Rides for the last two weeks to call for better working conditions for undocumented workers, will converge in New York for a major rally this weekend.
Hugo Chavez Says U.S. is Harboring "Terrorists" Plotting to Assassinate Him
Citing security threats, the Venezuelan president last week canceled a planned visit to New York. Meanwhile U.S. intelligence officers are lobbying charges that it is Chavez who is harboring Islamic fundamentalists in Venezuela. We talk to Venezuelan ambassador Bernardo Alvarez.
Poet, Author, Priest, Activist Dan Berrigan Remembers His Brother Phil
Hundreds of people are gathering in New York City to remember the life of legendary peace activist Phil Berrigan who would have turned 80 years old this weekend. His brother, the Reverend Daniel Berrigan, joins us in our firehouse studios to remember him.